Valencia remain in contention to qualify from Chelsea and Ajax's Group H as all three teams are on seven points after the Spanish side scored three times in the final nine minutes as they came from behind to beat eliminated Lille 4-1.
Victor Osimhen gave the French club a half-time lead, before Dani Parejo's penalty, an Adama Soumaoro own goal, and goals from Geoffrey Kondogbia and Ferran Torres earned the hosts an emphatic win.
Achraf Hakimi scored twice as Borussia Dortmund came from two goals down to beat Inter Milan 3-2 and move second in Group F.
First-half goals from Lautaro Martinez and Matias Vecino put Antonio Conte's visitors ahead in Germany.
But Dortmund battled back and Real Madrid loanee Hakimi struck either side of a Julian Brandt goal to give the Bundesliga club the edge in the battle to qualify for the knockout stages.
In the other match in that group, Spanish champions Barcelona were held to a surprise goalless draw at home to Slavia Prague.
Lionel Messi hit the crossbar for below-par Barca, who failed to ease growing pressure on manager Ernesto Valverde but remain top of the standings with eight points from four games.
In-form Erling Haaland put the Austrians ahead from the penalty spot with his 23rd goal in 17 appearances this season, before Hirving Lozano levelled for the Serie A side.
Elsewhere, goals from Diego Demme and Marcel Sabitzer earned Group G leaders RB Leipzig a 2-0 win at Zenit St Petersburg.
Lyon were the other winners in that group, beating Benfica 3-1 thanks to strikes from Joachim Andersen, Memphis Depay and Bertrand Traore. Haris Seferovic was on target for the Portuguese visitors.